Sach O: K Def X LL Cool J – Year of the Hip-Hop

Sach O‘s got an Eraserhead haircut. Classic K-Def & LL Cool J collabo that was apparently lost behind a radiator for 17 years before being unearthed and released on limited edition orange...
By    September 12, 2011

Sach O‘s got an Eraserhead haircut.

Classic K-Def & LL Cool J collabo that was apparently lost behind a radiator for 17 years before being unearthed and released on limited edition orange vinyl. Seemingly recorded after Uncle L got his Chronic induced gangsta-rapping out of his system on 14 Shots to the Dome but before he smoothed things out in 95; this UFO-sampling, tongue-twisting, scratch heavy slice of breakbeat rap is a welcome reminder that Def Jam’s original crown prince could still gun for the thrown years after conventional logic dictated that he was past his prime. Since the blogosphere seems amazed that Weezy can remain relevant 10 years after his debut, I’m guessing they’ll all be similarly stunned by L’s accomplishment here, considering this performances runs figure 8s around anything on C4 (and pretty much every other contemporary emcee). Probably not, but Dan Love will go apeshit.

Stream:
SSR-005: Year Of The Hip Hop (Vocal) – K-Def ft. LL Cool J by Slice-of-Spice

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